Louisville air pollution chief to step down in October – The Courier-Journal


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Louisville air pollution chief to step down in October
The Courier-Journal
Lauren Anderson, the executive director of the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District, announced Friday she will retire amid a string of string of scathing audits that found employees were collecting years' worth of faulty air pollution data
Louisville Air Pollution District Chief Resigns in Wake of Critical AuditsWFPL

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